News ArchivesFebruary, 2017
Disciples Divinity House at Vanderbilt exists only because of the generosity of people who believe in preparation for ministry in a place like this: a community of Disciples in…
The first article from a national congregational study highlights six facts about how American Congregations are changing. It is the first in an eight week series.
The second article: seminaries are rethinking how they approach theological education based on the changing church-going habits in the U.S.
Disciples Divinity House is most pleased to announce that on Monday, January 9, Rev. J. Gottman began work as Director of Development at the Disciples Divinity House at Vanderbilt. J. will work remotely, three quarters time, from his home in Paducah, Kentucky, with regular trips to Nashville as needed. He will serve in partnership with Dean Mark Miller-McLemore for the support of students from the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) who are preparing for ministry at Vanderbilt Divinity School.
J. is a graduate of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, and earned his Masters of Divinity in 1997 from Vanderbilt Divinity School. As a student, he was a resident in and active at the Disciples Divinity House-Vanderbilt and worked…
The Disciples Divinity House-Vanderbilt Lunch at General Assembly is set for Tuesday, July 11, 2017, from 11:15AM—12:45PM. Gather for a good time with your friends and hear updates from the House. Anticipated speaker (by video) is VDS Dean Emilie Townes.
Tickets are available only in advance through the General Assembly website at ga.disciples.org.
The Disciples House resident community gathered at Bethany Hills Camp on Monday, August 15, for the annual House Opening Retreat. The event is designed to build a strong, supportive, formative community at the House as we begin a new academic year, with numerous new residents and great diversity. The retreat was led by fourth year resident Christy Jo Harbor and second year resident Evan Bunch. It featured plenty of time to get to know one another, to discuss details, to talk about the larger issues of life together in community, and to shape a covenant for the way residents interact.
At the conclusion of the retreat the community gathered for dinner together. New student orientation at the Divinity…
House Resident Leah Lamotey-Lakon was featured in the August Divinity School Spire. Read more at http://news.vanderbilt.edu/2016/07/curb-public-scholar-aims-to-reduce-subtle-bias-in-social-interactions/